Well it’s now evening on Wednesday. My attorney presumably returned from vacation yesterday and yet, two days later, I’ve heard nothing from him with respect to the odd filings I mentioned previously.
I try hard not to make myself a pest – I did send two e-mails, and I thought that I would hear from him upon his return. While I’m sure he had other matters awaiting his attention when he got back, I don’t expect he has a large number of pending judicial review applications before the Federal Court of Canada – he does seem to argue one or two per year.
Maybe I’m just being impatient. For him this is just one case of many – it’s a job for him. For me it is admittedly a bit of an obsession, but then again it is my life here. I’ve pointed out that three plus years is a long time for anyone to put their life on hold awaiting the outcome of a bureaucratic process. I have also pointed out previously how dehumanizing this process is, so perhaps this is just another reflection of that reality.
At any rate, now I wait. In one week the next deadline is upon us – the Government’s deadline for filing any additional affidavits. I’m not sure if they will submit anything. Next month will be deadlines for additional legal briefs to be filed. If there are any potential parties wishing to intervene on either side, that would be the point at which they would do so.
So I shall sit here and wait and try to enjoy the silence.
- Deadlines (medicallyinadmissible.com)
- Conrad Black tells court he wants to look Order of Canada panel ‘in the eyes’ (o.canada.com)
- And Sometimes I Overthink The Problem (medicallyinadmissible.com)
- Marbury v. Madison – The Establishment of Judicial Review (parishgov.wordpress.com)